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Wilson Tarbox

Wilson is an art historian, journalist and critic based in Paris.

The artist’s sculptural installations and films sit at the heart of a debate about Eurocentrism in the arts

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At Mendes Wood DM, Brussels, the artist shares a more nuanced and melancholic vision of Hercules, one of art history’s most triumphant figures

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At Marian Goodman, Paris, the artist’s latest works cite leading figures from twentieth-century art

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A small retrospective at Centre Pompidou, Paris, strikes a balance between the artist’s unique brand of expressionist figuration and her activism

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At FRAC, Marseille, the artist probes the hidden colonial legacies of the Algerian War

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At FOMU Photo Museum Antwerp, the artist reveals the contrivances and ambiguities of documentary photography

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Ahead of the opening weekend of the fair, Wilson Tarbox gives his recommendations for the exhibitions not to miss

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Dancing between beautiful and moribund, Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s mummified reimagining of Napoleon’s monument speaks as much to the present as it does to the past

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At Harlan Levey Projects, the artist draws on his own experience as a working-class football fan during Poland’s 1990s passage from communism to capitalism

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Two new films by the artist and her cohorts, on view at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris, speak to joint struggles and why collaboration is key

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The artist’s exhibition at Centre d’art contemporain Passerelle, Brest, blends gender, race and class politics with science fiction

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A show at Fondation Cartier, Paris, brings together works by young artists from across the continent

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250 works by more than 70 artists and creators from the pre-Columbian period to the present

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In the artist’s exhibition at Centre Pompidou, materials are laced with humour and sexual innuendo

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The multimedia art ‘experience’-cum-independent Soviet state recruited a cast of 400 to live on an enormous film set for years

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For his show at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, the artist created an interactive ‘parcours’ to shed new light on humanity’s changing relationship to nature

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His first major retrospective in France at Centre Pompidou, Paris, reveals the artists's ongoing dialogue between the visible and the haptic

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